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A Feminine God? Callbacks Reveals All


San Miguel Playhouse presents Callbacks

Fri–Sun, Jul 21–23

Independencia 82, Colonia Independencia

Tickets can be obtained at Galeria Ensueños



By Henry Vermillion

In feminist circles and on social media you can hear the argument that God is actually a woman. The definitive answer can be found in the comedy Callbacks, which runs Friday, Saturday at 7:30pm, and Sunday at 3pm this week, and Thursday through Sunday, July 20, 21, 22, and 23 next week at the same times, at the San Miguel Playhouse. The theater is at Independencia 82, Colonia Independencia.

Callbacks is one of those plays whose hilarity makes our trip into surreal realms a pleasure to take. Three Long Island theater hacks are auditioning star-struck fourteen-year-old girls for a part in a small-time musical. The girls’ mothers have been told, of course, that this is the path to Broadway fame and fortune for their girls. But something totally unexpected happens, and the three are forced to confront much bigger questions than they have ever dealt with.

Harold Dean James is the author/director. He is an actor/writer/director with a long history in New York Theater. The cast (alphabetically) includes Moises Alzuro, Aliya Benabderrazak, Maggie Bunce, Crystal Calderoni, Gina Giampaoli, B.C. May, and Henry Vermillion. Jessica Lauren is assistant director.

Tickets can be obtained at Galeria Ensueños (at the corner of Mesones and Reloj) or at the theater an hour before the performances. The San Miguel Playhouse has concierge taxi service and secure parking.



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